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To nominate University
staff for any
of these awards,
please visit the Nominations page:

http://www.unh.edu/
staffexcellence/
nominations.html

University-wide Staff Awards

The Kidder Award

Before his death in 1993, UNH alumnus and former Dean of Students William "Bill" Kidder established a fund to support educational efforts directed at enhancing the understanding of sexual minorities and gender identities.

Learn more about the GLBT Commission and read about previous faculty and student recipients of the Kidder Award at www.unh.edu/glbt/awards-grants.

  • No Staff recipient for 2013

The Social Justice Award

The UNH Diversity Team presents the annual Social Justice Awards to individuals or groups who have demonstrated outstanding leadership, courage, and role modeling in promoting social justice issues at UNH and beyond.

Learn more about the Diversity Team at www.unh.edu/diversity.

 

The Women's Commission Stephanie Thomas Staff Award

Each year, the UNH President's Commission on the Status of Women recognizes the accomplishments of UNH women who have made outstanding contributions to promoting equity, advancing the status of women, and serving as role models for women on campus. The Stephanie Thomas Staff Award was named in honor of the former registrar who was a strong advocate for UNH staff.

To learn more about the President's Commission on the Status of Women, or to read about the students and faculty honored at this year's awards, visit www.unh.edu/womens-commission/

 

The Women's Commission Joyce Gibbs Award

The Joyce Gibbs Award was created in 1996 to honor the life and work of Joyce James Gibbs, who served as the senior administrative assistant to the UNH Women's Commission. Each year, the President's Commission on the Status of Women recognizes the accomplishments of a community member who has displayed a long-standing commitment to women's issues and to the mission of the Women's Commission.

To learn more about the President's Commission on the Status of Women, or to read about the students and faculty honored at this year's awards, visit www.unh.edu/womens-commission/

 

The Professional Advising Award

The UNH Professional Advising Award recognizes a professional advising staff member for excellence across the spectrum of academic advising. Winners are chosen based on their demonstration of genuine concern and respect for students; professional and ethical standards; mastery of advising principles; engagement in activities that enhance and support academic advising at UNH; and overall enthusiasm.

To learn more about the UNH Professional Advising Award please contact Judy Spiller, Associate Provost, University Advising and Career Center at 862-2064.